A man who punched a black Trump supporter than boasted about it online has just been arrested.
BREITBART: A 20-year-old man has been arrested after footage emerged appearing to show him punching a black President Trump supporter at an America First rally in Laguna Beach, California.
Republican activist R.C. Maxwell, who refers to himself as the ‘black Sean Hannity’ and is the national coordinator for the Republican PAC American Voice, claims he sought to open a dialogue with counter-protesters, then was punched by 20-year-old Richard Losey.
Footage of the incident appears to show Maxwell trying to talk to an aggressive group of supporters before being hit square in the face by Losey:
The video was later uploaded to social media and shown to police. Reportedly, Losey then identified himself to authorities by boasting about the attack on Twitter.
“I did what I had to do. He ran and left us alone when his input wasn’t wanted. We all told him to leave, and he didn’t. He had it coming,” he wrote. “I did it because he wouldn’t stop talking about Trump when all of us told him thousands of times we didn’t want to hear it. I am not racist.”
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